Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000– )

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The misadventures of a milkshake, an order of fries, a meatball, and their retired next door neighbor in the suburbs of New Jersey.

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The Aqua Teen Hunger Force debuted on episode 92 "Baffler Meal" of the cartoon talk-show "Space Ghost Coast to Coast" According to TVtome.com, Master Shake is portrayed as being a chocolate milkshake in this episode, although he's a pistachio shake in the series Written by jake@oshadog.com

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The Plutonian's ship is based on a villain named Uglor's ship from the Teen Force cartoon. See more »

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Master Shake: You're about to not have a mouth! And I mean it! I'LL RIP IT OFF!
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Just the laughs, ma'am
20 December 2004 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

If you just want to laugh and laugh at some of the most joke-packed dialogue on TV today--and you don't care whether any of it makes sense--then you'll love ATHF.

The writers don't waste time explaining why the characters are food or what "Aqua Teen" even means. They don't try to tie up plot threads, illuminate the backstory, or even have the characters leave their neighborhood to fight crimes as depicted in the opening and closing credits. None of that is necessary. Instead, they just bring us a stripped-down, personality-driven yukfest that shows encumbered with the usual baggage simply can't match.

ATHF meets---nay, far exceeds!---my personal gold standard for comedy: that the jokes should not only be funny, but be ones I couldn't possibly have thought up for myself, and that there not be a moment's lag time between them.

Watching it is like eating potato chips (um, guess I mean fries) of pure, mindless laughter. ENJOY!


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